Safety Restrictions, Contraindications, and Warnings
The pain reliever is not approved for children under 12 years old. The medication is not approved for anyone under 18 years old, who have recently had surgery to remove adenoids or tonsils. Pregnant and breastfeeding women are contraindicated for the use of Tramadol due to a high risk of harmful influence on the health of both a mother and a child.
Striving to achieve the maximum effectiveness of the drug and eliminate possible risks, the patient should warn the medical specialist about other health problems and impairments he/she has, with ultimate attention paid to:
- Mental disorders;
- Stomach problems;
- Breathing issues;
- Sleeping complications;
- Urination disorders;
- Problems with thyroid, pancreas, and gallbladder, etc.
Tramadol Intake: Directions for Use
Use Tramadol right as adjusted by the doctor. Follow the recommendations of your doctor during the treatment course. Tramadol can cause breathing disorders in patients with accompanying health problems. Keep in mind that Tramadol misuse can lead to addiction, overdose and sometimes life-threatening reactions. Do not give the drug to children and other patients without previous consultation of a doctor.